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  1. benji888578
    10-12-2014 04:08 PM
    Here are some examples:

    "This Week in Travel: Week of October 5 – 11, 2014"


    "Ongoing & Upcoming Attractions: Week of Oct. 1-7, 2014"

    "TV This Week, Oct. 12-18: "
  2. benji888578
    10-12-2014 04:06 PM
    I disagree, totally. If you were to list movies for the month of October, would you then state, "Movies coming October 1-November1"? No, you would state "Movies releasing in October".

    You might be technically correct, but, the first time I saw this, I thought something was missing because a movie I knew was coming out on one of those dates was not in the list.

    Being technically correct is not always the best way to say something.

    If you read a sales flyer, they would state: "sale prices October 7-13", otherwise, if they were to state it your way "sale prices October 7-14" people would expect that sale price on the 14th, but, technically that's up to the 14th, not including the 14th.

    Here are some examples:
    (can't fit in one msg)
  3. joshkatz0186
    10-07-2014 08:41 PM

    Thanks for posting! In this case, this designation of, say, "October 7-14" is correct because of the dash ("-"); the dash denotes "to," and not "through." If it were "through," we would absolutely note the week as "October 7-13." However, because it means "to," we write "October 7-14" to include the 13th before stopping at the 14th. Still, thanks again for bringing this up, and please don't hesitate to let me know if you see something that seems incorrect - I always value reader feedback!

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